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Kiko: I Want To Stay Here For A Long Time

With Cristiano Ronaldo and Carlos Tevez likely to leave this summer, Federico Macheda has insisted he has no intention of leaving any time soon.

After hailing his brilliant and important goals against Villa and Sunderland, he claimed that United were the best in the World and he hoped to stay for a long time.

“My last two and a half months have been amazing, to score goals against Aston Villa and Sunderland was wonderful,” said Macheda. “My future? I hope to stay with Manchester United for a long time. We are the best team in the world.”

Lazio chairman Claudio Lotito has voiced his unhappiness with Macheda leaving their youth system for United, something which is allowed to happen because of insufficient regulations in Italy concerning their young players.

“Lotito? To him and to others, who can only criticize, I will not even respond,” Macheda added. “But I still love Lazio. I am happy they won the Coppa Italia.”


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62 Comments

  1. King Eric says:

    Off topic – With the small amount the dippers will be spending why the fuck has the FSW gone for Johnson? How many full backs do they need? That is the LEAST of their problems. Clueless cunt.

  2. Stephen says:

    King Eric, it is a funny mate, what do you do if you have very little money to spend in the summer and need a striker and a centre back?
    You spend £18.5m on Glen Johnson, in Rafa we trust.

  3. Nemanja says:

    Tosic was very impressive tonight. Best player on the pitch.

    Apparently we got Tosic just so we could get Llajic. Well, if Llajic is better than Tosic and 3 years younger, I can’t wait to see him in a UTD shirt.

  4. jcolas says:

    Speaking of staying for a long time and making profits, this article is interesting
    http://www.guardian.co.uk/football/2009/jun/17/manchester-united-transfer-policy

  5. pawaka21 says:

    seeing giuseppe rossi goals against USA in confed cup…do we miss out on special talent???just wondering whether we should not let him go in the first place…

  6. Corea says:

    Rossi is a bloody goos player, but with Macheda and Wellbeck we have the players, who will supply the support for our star strikers. I don’t think either of them are worse players than Rossi.
    Look at how he scores the first goal. Nobody attacks him aтв ру has all the time in the world to let the shot go.
    Don’t be overemotional. I think Fergie sold him even knowing what player he will eventualy become but we don’t know what really happened.

  7. Rite$h says:

    hope fergie does not do a rossi with him as well…

  8. five says:

    Rossi never made an impact on the hearts of United fans like Macheda did with those goals

  9. ldyinred says:

    Kiko has the heart, the talent, and ambition to be a staple at OT. Please don’t ever compare him to that whiny, selfish little baby whose name escapes me right now… uuuh, you know, he wore cantonas number, score something like 41 goals previous season…yeah, you know who I’m talking about right? why cant I think of his name… .

  10. OTRed says:

    Its easy to love United and be grounded when you’re still quite unknown, lets wait till when and if he becomes a superstar with RM, Barca and other clubs offering him insane amounts of money to play for them, will the love still be there?

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